Santa Fe had something not easily translated to the bottom line. It had style. No other road cultivated a regional identification as assiduously as Santa Fe. When its rails reached California in 1897, Santa Fe was the only railroad whose tracks stretched all the way back to Chicago. Thus a slogan was born: Santa Fe - all the way. Travel this famous road from the 1940s to 1966 in this Color book of vintage photography.
Many pictures of clean new power, dirty steam, and bright silver and red passenger locomotives!
Hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 in., Color photographs with captions.